Our People

Eva Harris irrigation catchment mid canterbury

Eva Harris

Principal Environmental Advisor/Director
027 550 0129

M. App. Sci (Environmental Science) 1st Class, P.G.Cert (Resource Studies), PGDipSci (Chemistry), MNZIPIM

Eva has over 15 years resource management experience, specialising in the development of programmes, policies and initiatives which support sustainable, long term change, including The Matrix catchment nitrogen calculator tool, Advanced Mitigation auditing framework and development of wrap-around extension programmes which support farmers in their journey of continuous improvement.

Richard Fitzgerald

General Manager
027 241 6353

With many years’ experience as both a farmer and consultant, Richard has a passion for innovative and sustainable practices that bolster the community, and strengthen the local agri-sector for the future.  Alongside his farm business and governance roles, Richard is employed part time as GM of ECL, bringing a wealth of industry experience in farmer innovation adoption, practice change and engagement, and business management, and his appointment reflects Enviro Collective’s desire to continue delivering greater value to our farmers and our industry partners.

William Wright irrigation catchment mid canterbury

William Wright

Environmental Advisor
027 551 0344

As an expert facilitator, Will utilises his more than 5 years irrigation industry experience, post graduate study of land and water systems, and a lifetime’s arable and sheep farming knowledge to engage farmers’ understanding of their property and seek profitable opportunities for improving efficiency.

Georgina Woods

Environmental Assistant
027 550 0131

B Ag Sci (Environmental Management) 1st Class Hons, AMNZIPIM

Georgina has recently graduated from Lincoln University. Growing up in North Canterbury, Georgina has helped out on her family’s dryland sheep and beef lease property since a young age and has also worked a harvest on a mixed cropping property in Mid-Canterbury. Now as our newest team member, Georgina is keen to continue learning about different farming systems and work with farmers to help achieve better environmental outcomes for their businesses.